NovMonk here, fresh from a trip through the Code Catacombs. Forgive me if my face is a bit dirty...
Anyway, there's a lot of neat stuff down there, some of it along the lines you are suggesting. Perhaps that might be a good location for an Obfu Art section. I have felt similar "awe and enjoyment" exploring down there, and I agree that a permanent repository for such Objects de art would benefit the newer brothers and sisters, who weren't around for their original posting, or who, like me, have yet to attain the wisdom to appreciate such offerings.
My .02, for what it is worth.
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